Worder

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Word´er


n.1.A speaker.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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A chauffeur might be a bad call, given his prior drink-driving record, and his "Celticfootballclub" one worder might make him a pretty poor secretary.
At least this way, when all the other nations have fallen under the hypnotic spell of the new world worder, we'll be illiterate, innumerate and free.
Therefore, this study will allow to get to know those attitudes within the workplace that determine public worders' job satisfaction and to identify a measurement model that explains them.
and continue to perpetuate variant identifications by future worders.
As a result, American companies employ many more production worders overseas than at home--roughly 150,000, compared with about 115,000.